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You can try for SB-1 Returning Resident visa and prove that the reason that you were outside of the U.S. was outside of your control. Here is a link:
If that does not work, you can use your green card to come back to the U.S., but at the port of entry, they most likely will confiscate your green card but parole you into the U.S. so you would be able to attend the funeral. However, later on, they will schedule you for Removal Proceedings where you can explain to an Immigration Judge that you were not intending to abandon your Residency. If satisfied, you would get your green card back. If the judge is not satisfied, you could apply for a new Residency if you have a U.S. Citizen spouse or a U.S. Citizen son or daughter over 21. I not, you could ask for Voluntary Departure to go back home and avoid a deportation.
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